Engineering is not just about building bridges and coding algorithms; it’s about solving real-world problems and understanding the societal impact of technological advancements. Applied Sciences and Humanities provide the necessary foundation to foster critical thinking, effective communication, and a broader perspective on the ethical and social implications of engineering solutions.

Interdisciplinary Approach: Our curriculum integrates the principles of Applied Sciences and Humanities with engineering courses, fostering collaboration between diverse fields of study.

Practical Application: We emphasize hands-on projects and case studies, allowing students to apply theoretical knowledge to real-world scenarios.

Communication Skills: Through courses in languages, communication, and social sciences, we empower students to articulate their ideas, collaborate effectively, and engage with a global audience.

Ethical Considerations: We encourage ethical decision-making by exploring the ethical dimensions of engineering challenges and dilemmas.

Industry-Relevant Curriculum: Our courses are designed in collaboration with industry experts to ensure that graduates are well-prepared for the demands of the professional world.

Dedicated Faculty: Our faculty members are experts in their respective fields, passionate about instilling a sense of curiosity and critical thinking in our students.

State-of-the-Art Facilities: [Your College/Institution Name] boasts cutting-edge laboratories, research facilities, and a rich library to support the holistic development of our students.

we believe that a comprehensive education is the key to producing engineers who not only excel in their technical proficiency but also contribute meaningfully to society.

Dr. Alka Srivastava

HOD, Applied Science & Humanities


As the new academic year unfolds, I extend a warm welcome to our students, faculty, and staff. It’s a pleasure to embark on this journey of academic exploration and discovery together.

In our pursuit of excellence, the Department of Applied Science and Humanities has consistently strived to blend scientific inquiry with the richness of human experience. Our interdisciplinary approach has yielded remarkable results, fostering innovation and critical thinking among our students and contributing to cutting-edge research within our fields.

I commend each of you for your commitment to pushing the boundaries of knowledge and for inspiring the next generation of thinkers and problem solvers. Our collaborative efforts have not only enhanced the reputation of our department but also contributed significantly to the advancement of both science and humanities in meaningful ways.

As we look ahead, I encourage continued collaboration, open communication, and a spirit of curiosity. Let us embrace the challenges that lie ahead as opportunities for growth and further exploration. Your creativity, passion, and expertise are the driving forces behind our success, and I am confident that together we will continue to make significant contributions to the fields of applied science and humanities.

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Programme Outcomes (POs)

Computer Science Engineering graduates will be able to:

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identity, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using the first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. The engineer and society: Apply reason informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Dr. Alka Srivastava

Professor & HOD


Dr. Pranay Tanwar


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Dr. Ajay Pal Indolia



Dr. Malvika Chaudhary



Dr. Padmesh Tripathi



Dr. Shri Prakash Pandey



Dr. Anupam Sharma

Associate  Professor


Dr. Atif  Wahid

Associate  Professor


Dr. Harpreet Kaur

Associate Professor


Dr. Meghna Sharma

Associate Professor


Dr. Sarita Pundhir

Associate Professor


Mr. Mohit Gupta

Assistant Professor


Ms. Mahak Narang

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., ME


Ms. Vhuyashi Das

Assistant Professor


Mr. Rakesh Dhaka

Assistant professor


Mr. Satyaveer Gupta

Assistant professor


Ms. Rachna Sharma

Assistant Professor


Mr. Devesh Mishra

Assistant Professor
M.Phil. Ph.D.(Pursuing)


Ms. Neha Ghai

Assistant Professor
M.Sc, M.Phil


Ms. Ekta Dhawan

Assistant Professor
M.A (English)


Ms. Punam Kapoor

Assistant Professor
M.Sc, M.Phil


Ms. Tanu Vohra

Assistant Professor

Syllabus & Course Outcomes

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Applied Chemistry Lab

The Applied Chemistry Lab is furnished with cutting-edge instruments and tools, offering a practical learning experience that connects academic knowledge with hands-on abilities. The laboratory encompasses a wide variety of studies, ranging from chemical analysis to material creation, providing participants with the opportunity to explore fields such as organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, analytical chemistry, and beyond.

The lab workstations are equipped with state-of-the-art instruments such as Conductometer, pH meter, etc. These materials enable students to perform experiments that replicate industrial processes, environmental assessments, and material testing.

Applied Physics Lab

The Engineering Physics laboratory has well spacious to accommodate students to perform their experiments. It is well equipped with modern & advanced instruments for conducting lab experiments in various important areas of physics like optics, mechanics, electronics & electricity, electromagnetic fields, thermal etc., which drives the students to various technical areas.

All the experiments are designed to correlate theoretical knowledge with practical applications. Some of the experiments from the prescribed list are also demonstrated to the students for a better understanding of the concepts through the virtual lab.

Facilities available in the Physics Lab

Traveling Microscope, e/m setup, He-Ne laser, Spectrometer, Hall Effect setup, Thermocouple, Newton’s ring apparatus, Melde’s string apparatus, etc.

Programming in C Lab

It provides practical experience and reinforces understanding through hands-on programming exercises. This lab covers basic to intermediate programming concepts using the C language, including variables, data types, control structures, functions, arrays, pointers, file handling, and memory management. It also aims at problem-solving skills through programming exercises and projects.

Electrical Science Lab

The Electrical Science Lab functions as a vibrant environment for education and exploration. Students can participate in a variety of experiments ranging from basic concepts to complex applications, covering topics like circuit analysis, electromagnetism, power systems, and electronic gadgets.

The lab is equipped with different workstations including precise instruments such as oscilloscopes, signal generators, motors, and power supply, allowing students to develop practical knowledge of electrical phenomena. Our first emphasis is safety, and the lab is designed to satisfy the highest standards. Students acquire theoretical knowledge in electrical science and gain practical abilities in experimental design, data analysis, and troubleshooting.

Workshop Lab

A workshop practice lab is a hands-on learning environment where theoretical knowledge is translated into practical skills. Participants engage in various activities using tools and equipment, fostering a dynamic learning experience. It is a space where craftsmanship is honed, and students gain valuable practical insights, merging theory with real-world applications. This lab is instrumental in preparing individuals for professional challenges by providing a tangible and immersive learning setting.

Smart Classroom

Name of the faculty:    Dr. Sarita Pundhir
Name of the Course:    Applied Maths
Name of the activity:    Smart Classroom
Student Involved:          BTECH 1st Year

Description of the activity:

A smart classroom is furnished with advanced digital educational tools like smartboards, e-books, digital student devices, and other high-tech equipment. It enhances engaging and efficient lectures by utilizing smart board technology. Utilizing interactive elements like touch gestures, annotations, and quizzes to involve pupils. Promote engagement and cooperation with the interactive features of the smart board. Moreover, students get knowledge through various online learning tools.

Instruction about the activity:

  1. Students were given the topic of Matrix
  2. Students were asked interactive follow-up questions to assess their comprehension.

Outcome of the activity:

  1. Enhanced Student Engagement
  2. Improved Learning Outcomes
  3. Facilitation of Collaborative Learning
  4. Data-driven insights for faculties


Smart classrooms facilitate the development of independent learning skills in students, allowing teachers to design more captivating lessons. Absent students do not lag behind. They can develop a more profound comprehension. Increased student engagement in class leads to greater acquisition of knowledge.

Activity Details:

Blend of Smart Board and Animation Approach

Name of Faculty:       Ms. Mahak Narang
Name of Course:        Electrical Science
Name of Activity:       Blend of Smart Board and Animation Approach
Student Involved:      B.TECH 1st Year

Amidst rapid technological progress, including creative teaching approaches is crucial, particularly in technical education. A combination of Smart Boards and Animation techniques offers an effective way to transform the learning experience for BTECH students.

Description of the activity:

Students were introduced to a combination of smart board technology and video lectures to enhance their understanding of the operation of transformers and machines. Students comprehend the electromagnetic concept that underlies motors and transformers more efficiently. During the session, students raised some queries and understood the topic more efficiently. In addition to this, in this activity, students were given a task by the faculty to give a short presentation on the topics they learned after the session.

Instructions about the Activity:

  • Working together more often
  • Developing greater problem-solving and critical-thinking skills
  • more motivated to learn
  • Taking greater ownership of their learning
  • Remind everyone to be aware of time, and to make their points succinctly so everyone has the chance to share.
  • Students can get help from online or video lectures.

Outcome of the activity:

  • Enhanced Understanding and Retention
  • Facilitated Concept Comprehension
  • Varied Learning Styles Addressed
  • Real-world Application Skills
  • Technological Fluency
  • Continuous Improvement and Updates

Activity Details:

Details of Publications (Faculty Publications)
S.No. Name Year 2019-20 Year 2020-21 Year 2021-22 Year 2022-23
1 Rachana Sharma “A Review on Green Cloud Computing as a Step towards Promoting Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Computational Approach”.International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science, Engineering and Information Technology, doi :
2 Dr Mohd Atif Wahid “A simulation-based study on the effect of underwater friction stir welding process parameters using different evolutionary optimization algorithms”. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science. 2020;234(2):643-657.(SCI) “An investigation on effect of process parameters on surface roughness and dimensional inaccuracy using Grey based Taguchi method”. Materials Today: Proceedings Volume 46, Part 15, 2021, Pages 6564-6569 “Analysis the effect of process parameters on robot spot welding of JSC 590RN mild steel using Taguchi based GRA”. Materials Today: Proceedings Volume 51, Part 1, 2022, Pages 1006-1011 “Implementation of Machine Learning in IOT”.Taylor & Francis,CRC Press. (Book Chapter)
“Friction stir welding process effects on human health and mechanical properties”. International Journal of Forensic Engineering and Management, 2020 Vol.1 No.1, pp.42 – 52 “Analysis of vapour compression refrigeration system with R-12, R-134a and R-22: An exergy approach”. Materials Today: Proceedings Volume 46, Part 15, 2021, Pages 6748-6752 “Experimental investigation for optimization of robot spot welding parameters on low carbon steel JSC 590RN”. Materials Today: Proceedings Volume 51, Part 1, 2022, Pages 1211-1216 “IOT Based Pelttierr Module Smart Refrigerator”,Taylor & Francis,CRC Press. (Book Chapter )
Effect of friction stir processing on human health,International Journal of Forensic Engineering and Management, 2020 Vol.1 No.1, pp.53 – 61 “Enhancements of mechanical properties of materials through ECAP for high temperature applications”. Materials Today: Proceedings, Volume 46, Part 15, 2021, Pages 6490-6495 Multi performance characteristics optimization of end milling parameters on surface quality and Micro-hardness of SS-304,Materials Today: Proceedings ,  Volume 62, Part 1, 2022, Pages 136-141 Title:-Need and Impact of Emerging Technologies for Developing Smart City Scietific InternationalPublishing House. (Book)
“Novel honey mediated green synthesis of Graphene @AgNanocomposite and its two-dimensional application in photovoltaic & anti-microbial activity”.Mater. Res. Express 6 115071(SCIE) “Additive manufacturing: Materials, techniques and biomedical applications”. Materials Today: Proceedings,Volume 46, Part 15, 2021, Pages 6847-6851 “Robotic MIG welding process parameter optimization of steel EN24T”. Materials Today: Proceedings ,  Volume 62, Part 1, 2022, Pages 239-244 Title:-Dawn to Dusk to Dawn:Environmental Issues and itsEffects on Human Evolution,Empyreal Publishing House (Book)
“Influence of Friction Stir Welding Parameters on Mechanical Properties of dissimilar AA 7475 to AISI 304”. IOP Conference Ser.: Mater. Sci. Eng. 802 012010 “Friction stir welding: A sustainable manufacturing process”. Materials Today: Proceedings,Volume 46, Part 15, 2021, Pages 6558-6563 “Role of end- milling process parameters on surface integrity of SS-304: Integrated taguchi-grey approach”. Materials Today: Proceedings,Volume 51, Part 1, 2022, Pages 1141-1146 Title :- Building and Spaces ,Empyreal Publishing House (Book)
“Analysis of Performance Parameters of Active Solar Still”. In: Yadav, S., Singh, D., Arora, P., Kumar, H. (eds) Proceedings of International Conference in Mechanical and Energy Technology. Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, vol 174. Springer, Singapore. (Book Chapter) “Optimization of turning process parameters of SS-321 using taguchi based grey relational analysis”.
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, Volume 1149, Issue 1, pp. 012028 .
“Taguchi with GRA Based Optimization of Machining Parameters for End Milling of SS-304”. In: Yadav, S., Jain, P.K., Kankar, P.K., Shrivastava, Y. (eds) Advances in Mechanical and Energy Technology. ICMET 2021. Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering. Springer, Singapore.(Book Chapter)
“Calculation for the Output of Solar Still of an Individual Hour”. In: Singh, I., Bajpai, P., Panwar, K. (eds) Advances in Materials Engineering and Manufacturing Processes. Lecture Notes on Multidisciplinary Industrial Engineering. Springer, Singapore (Book Chapter) “3D FEM simulation on Deformation and Strain analysis for grain refinement of Mg Alloy passed through ECAP 2021”.
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, Volume 1149, Issue 1
“Application of Taguchi approach to Optimize the Robot Spot Welding Parameters of JSC 590 RN Mild steel”.  In: Yadav, S., Jain, P.K., Kankar, P.K., Shrivastava, Y. (eds) Advances in Mechanical and Energy Technology. ICMET 2021. Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering. Springer, Singapore.(Book Chapter)
“Friction Stir Welding of AA 8011: Mechanical and Microstructure Behavior”. In: Singh, I., Bajpai, P., Panwar, K. (eds) Trends in Manufacturing Processes. Lecture Notes on Multidisciplinary Industrial Engineering. Springer, Singapore.(Book Chapter) “Underwater Friction Stir Welding of AA6082-T6: Thermal Analysis”. In: Sharma, B.P., Rao, G.S., Gupta, S., Gupta, P., Prasad, A. (eds) Advances in Engineering Materials . Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering. Springer, Singapore(Book Chapter)
“Aluminum alloys in marine construction: characteristics, application, and problems from a fabrication viewpoint”. Mar Syst Ocean Technol 15, 70–80 (2020) “Friction Stir Welding Process Vis-a-Vis Human Health”. In: Muzammil, M., Khan, A.A., Hasan, F. (eds) Ergonomics for Improved Productivity. Design Science and Innovation. Springer, Singapore.(Book Chapter)
“Implication of Renewable Energy in Sustainable Development in India: Future Strategy”.IOP Conference Ser.: Mater. Sci. Eng. 1149 012020
“Enhancements of mechanical properties of materials through ECAP for high temperature applications”.  Materials Today:Proceedings, Volume 46, Part 15, 2021, Pages 6490-6495
3 Dr Harpreet Kaur “Deep reddish-orange emitting Sr3Gd(PO4)3: Sm3+ phosphors via modified citrate-gel combustion method”. Journal of Molecular Structure, 1255, 132428.(SCI) “Influence of annealing temperature on structural, optical and electrical properties of zinc silicate (Zn2SiO4) nanophosphors”.Physica B: Condensed Matter,Volume 658.(SCI)
“Optical analysis of Pr3+-doped Li6AlGd(BO3)4 phosphors for white LEDs”. J Mater Sci: Mater Electron 33, 12771–12782. (SCIE)
“Optical properties of Sr3Gd (PO4) 3: Eu3+ phosphors for white LED sources”. Optik, 260, 169141.(SCI)
4 Dr. Sarita Pundhir Title: Mathematics Teaching Apparatus for kids. Design No 6289906. (Patent)
“Analysis of Indians investing choices and the country’s potential cryptocurrency environment”. Down to Dusk. (Book Chapter)
5 Dr.Malvika Chaudhary “Electrical properties of PU/CdS nanocomposites”. In seventh national conference on Advances in Metrology at Maharaja Surajmal Institute of Technology,Affiliated to GGSIP Delhi on 5 th & 6 th March 2021.
“Environmental issues and its Environmental issues and its effects on human evolution:-E-Waste Management”. Dawn to Dusk to Dawn. (Book Chapter)
6 Ms. Mahak Narang “Harnessing Energy for Implantable Biomedical Instruments with IoT Networks”. Energy Harvesting: Enabling IoT Transformations.(Book Chapter )